Rugby, American football, and soccer are considered the three most aggressive professional sports in the world. This answer is more of an opinion than a fact.
There is no age limit for a professional soccer player. Most players usually carry on playing soccer in their forties. However many players usually retire when they are below 40.
There are eleven players on a soccer team - one goalkeeper, and ten outfield players. In most professional matches teams are allowed five substitutes in the squad, of which they can use three.
Yes, soccer is by far the most played sport in the world, with hundreds of thousands of professional players.
Soccer players get leg injuries, and occasionaly they get a head cut, but most of the time their "injuries" are faked, trying to get the ref to give the other team a penalty.
most soccer players come from Germany and England and Brazil
Adriano Correia Claro is most known for playing professional soccer. He plays for the powerhouse of a team known as FC Barcelona and he is one of the few ambidextrous players that play soccer at a professional level.
Cannavaro and Totti are the most popular Italian soccer players
David Beckham and Mia ham are the most known soccer players
Professional soccer players have many tricks up their sleeve and most of them seem to be variations of fancy footwork. The stepover and hocus pocus are two of the most common tricks you will see played on the field. The point of the trick is to mislead an opponent into thinking you are about to perform a certain action and then to gain headway toward the goal.
yes, most soccer players do get calluses. Its from the friction occurring in the cleat